- The Indianapolis Colts have +2500 odds to win the Super Bowl.
- They have +1100 odds to be the first seed in the AFC, and +1200 odds to win the AFC.
- Over the offseason, they replaced struggling QB Carson Wentz with veteran Matt Ryan.
INDIANAPOLIS – The Indianapolis Colts missed the playoffs in 2021, but brought in Matt Ryan, and are now seen as divisional favorites and playoff contenders.
Indianapolis Colts Preseason Playoff Odds
- Indianapolis Colts Odds to Win the Super Bowl: +2500
- Indianapolis Colts Odds to Win Conference: +1200
- Indianapolis Colts Odds to Be First Seed: +1100
- Indianapolis Colts Odds to Win Division: -130
Betting On the Indianapolis Colts In 2022
The major change the Colts made going from the 2021 season to the 2022 season is that they shipped QB Carson Wentz off to the Washington Commanders, and replaced him with veteran QB Matt Ryan.
Wentz was unproductive in his time with the Colts, putting up 3,563 yards, less than Jacksonville Jaguars rookie QB Trevor Lawrence.
His 209.6 yards per game was the lowest mark in the league among starting QBs.
Ryan, by contrast, averaged 233.4 yards per game, en route to a near-4000-yard season.
The Colts also brought in DE Yannick Nkgakoue and CB Stephon Gilmore to bolster a defensive unit that allowed the 17th most yards per game in 2021.
Betting On Colts Player Props In 2022
The major stars of the Colts are QB Matt Ryan, RB Jonathan Taylor, and WR Michael Pittman Jr.
Indianapolis Colts Player Props 2022
- Matt Ryan 2021 Statistics: 20 TDs, 3968 Pass Yards, 12 INTs
- Passing Touchdowns: 25.5 (Over -110, Under -110)
- Passing Yards: 3900.5 (Over: -115, Under: -115)
- Interceptions: 11.5 (Over: -115, Under: -115)
Ryan’s Super Bowl player props are put roughly where his 2021 numbers were with the Atlanta Falcons, except for his Touchdowns prop, which is notably higher.
- Jonathan Taylor 2021 Statistics: 1811 Rush Yards, 18 TDs
- Rush Yards: 1450.5 (Over +100, Under -130)
- Rush TDs: 13.5 (Over -115, Under -115)
Taylor’s projected numbers are less than what he put up in his scintillating 2021 season, which is to be expected, given how hard it is to replicate a season like Taylor’s 2021.
- Michael Pittman Jr. 2021 Statistics: 1082 Rec. Yards, 6 TDs, 88 Receptions
- Receiving Yards: 1025.5 (Over -115, Under -115)
- Receiving TDs: 6.5 (Over -115, Under -115)
- Receptions: 85.5 (Over -115, Under -115)
Pittman is expected to have a season exactly in line with his 2021, which may be underrating him given the upgrade at QB from Carson Wentz to Matt Ryan.
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